RayWare requires large amounts of processing power for some operations. If you're using a computer with a dedicated graphics card we can allow RayWare to use both your computers processor (CPU) and the graphics card processor (GPU).
Graphics cards are purpose built to handle 3D Graphics and applications, these are things that your CPU can have a hard time with as it was designed to run your operating system first and other functions secondarily. Most Windows computers are going to run RayWare off of your CPU by default, so its really important that we make some minor changes in your NVIDIA Control Panel to offload RayWare's 3D graphics processing to your NVIDIA GPU so that we don't have to worry about slowdowns and crashes that can come from using your CPU.
Follow these steps to transfer Rayware's processing to your GPU
1.) Right click your Desktop.
2.) Select NVIDIA Control Panel
In the NVIDIA Control Panel select Manage 3D Settings at the top left.
3.)Select "Program Settings" and add "RayWare"
Click Add next to "1. Select a program to customize"
4.) Find RayWare in your Program Files
In the "Select a Program" pop up window select Browse. When the next window pops up, look over to the left and select the tab that says "This PC".
From here select your "Windows (C:)" Drive
From your C Drive, select Program Files (x86) then scroll to and select RayWare folder and finally scroll all the way down and select the Ra
Once you've selected RayWare In the drop down menu select your graphics card processor in this case, NVIDIA
Lastly, select Apply
Restart your computer and you should be good to go!